General information and resources
CIPD in the news: hybrid working, unhealthy working habits, racial inequality and skills and training
Read a round-up of the CIPD’s latest work to drive meaningful change in support of better work and working lives
Wellbeing | Institute of Business Ethics | IBE
Read the IBE resources and guidance of good practice on employee wellbeing.
Work-home balance | Institute of Business Ethics | IBE
Read the IBE resources and guidance of good practice on work-home balance.
Mental Health First Aiders
Employee Assistance Programmes
Employee assistance programmes and mental health | Factsheets | IoD
View information on Employee Assistance Programmes on the Institute of Directors’ website. See more resources and blogs on their website here.
Flexible and hybrid working
See our resources under ‘Fairer Hours and Contracts’
Employee Financial Wellbeing | CIPD
See the CIPD’s resources on employee financial wellbeing, and how employers role in supporting their employee’s financial wellbeing is becoming more important than ever with the cost of living crisis.
CIPD webinar on supporting employees’ financial wellbeing
See more information on employee financial wellbeing under the Real Living Wage Resources.
Examples from GBC Accredited Organisations
Major new review of health inequalities lays roadmap for the role of business in levelling up | Legal & General
Read the report from the UCL Institute of Health Equity in partnership with Legal & General, who have launched The Business of Health Equity: The Marmot Review for Industry, which sets out three ways that business can improve people’s lives by reducing health inequality.
Addressing health inequalities partnership | Legal & General
Hear Sir Nigel Wilson and Professor Sir Michael Marmot talk about the April 2022 Legal and General report.
How Morrinson Wealth uses winningtemp to support their people | Winningtemp
Read a case study of how GBC accredited Morrinson Wealth use the employee experience platform Winningtemp to support their people
A number of GBC members have told us they use the consultancy, Great Place To Work’s external employee satisfaction surveys to improve workplace wellbeing and staff retention. They offer a ‘Great Place to work’ certification and a best Workplaces programme, for company ranking.